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Monday, 6 June 2011

No change.

David Cameron will commit to five guarantees on the NHS as he tries to shore up support for the Government's health reforms.

The personal pledges are: keeping waiting lists low, maintaining spending, no privatisation, ensuring patient care is properly co-ordinated and that the health service remains universally available and free at the point of delivery.

So that’s a no to reform then. Why didn’t you say that before?


  1. health service ... free at the point of delivery

    So long as it isn't your teeth that need fixing. Or your eyesight. And so long as you don't need a prescription.

  2. Captain Haddock7 June 2011 at 09:03

    "And so long as you don't need a prescription" ...

    Unless, of course you happen to live in Scotland or Wales .. in which case the English will pick up the bill & you can have them for free ..


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